|Born||20 Julie 1304|
|Dee'd||19 Julie 1374 (aged 69)|
|Leeterar muivement||Renaissance humanism|
Francesca (born in 1343)
|Relatives||Eletta Canigiani (mither)|
Ser Petracco (faither)
Francesco Petrarca (Italian pronunciation: [franˈtʃesko peˈtrarka]; 20 Julie 1304 – 19 Julie 1374), commonly anglicised as Petrarch, wis an Italian scholar an poet in Renaissance Italy, an ane o the earliest humanists. His rediskivery o Cicero's letters is eften creditit wi ineetiatin the 14t-century Renaissance. Petrarch is eften conseedert the foonder o Humanism. In the 16t century, Pietro Bembo creatit the model for the modren Italian leid based on Petrarch's warks, as weel as thae o Giovanni Boccaccio, an, tae a lesser extent, Dante Alighieri. Petrarch wad be later endorsed as a model for Italian style bi the Accademia della Crusca.
Petrarch's sonnets war admired an imitatit ootthrou Europe in the Renaissance an becam a model for lyrical poetry. He is an aw kent for bein the first tae develop the concept o the "Daurk Ages."
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- ↑ This designation appears, for instance, in a recent review o Carol Quillen's Rereading the Renaissance.
- ↑ In the Prose della volgar lingua, Bembo propones Petrarch an Boccaccio as models o Italian style, while expressin reservations aboot emulatin Dante's uissage.
- ↑ Renaissance or Prenaissance, Journal of the History of Ideas, Vol. 4, No. 1. (Jan. 1943), pp. 69–74; Theodore E. Mommsen, "Petrarch's Conception of the 'Dark Ages'" Speculum 17.2 (April 1942: 226–242); JSTOR link to a collection of several letters in the same issue.
4. Massimo Colella, «Cantin le ninfe co’ soavi accenti». Per una definizione del petrarchismo di Veronica Gambara, in «Testo», 2022.
- 1304 births
- 1374 daiths
- Fowk frae Arezzo
- 14t-century Italian fowk
- 14t-century writers
- 14t-century poets
- Beuk an manuscript collectors
- Christian humanists
- Medieval Laitin-leid writers
- Italian poets
- Italian male poets
- Italian Renaissance humanists
- Italian Renaissance fowk
- Italian Roman Catholics
- Renaissance Laitin-leid writers
- Roman Catholic writers